#SDR 1247: “I Don’t Know” Is A Convenient Excuse To Not Work On It Now

Most people have mastered the art of dodging and procrastinating. While it may come useful in certain situations, the phrase “I don’t know”, often given when asked about a question that one wants to avoid addressing at that particular moment is a convenient excuse to not work on it now. There is a difference between not knowing and not wanting to deal with a situation. When used in the former sense, it allows growth to take place. However, doing so in the latter context impedes it. There is only so long that one can run from facing a situation head on. Sooner or later, it will come. Rather than letting the thought of facing it control you, take charge by confronting it head on.

 

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